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#31 (permalink)      1/31/2021 5:29:25 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Troepfler wrote:

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Live in Denmark and can't really find a better place.
42% tax cut is kind of a downer but we are getting something for the money free healthcare, education, general welfare.

Have been living in a couple of countries the only one I liked was a couple of years in Germany/Berlin lower tax greater car but that's about 10 years ago and now I just find them way to pro Bruxelles to my liking so not going anywhere anymore.

And what do you think, is the social security better in Denmark or in Germany, I think they are very close.



I find them very close as well but you will live better in Denmark on social security.
But there is a major difference that social security is for a time in both countries in Germany your on you own until the time is up and then it's just to bad. In Denmark we have a huge department in the state to make sure you will never end up in that situation (times up).
You will end up on reeducation or something but never on the street unless your kind of just give up on the hole race.

In Germany you will allwas have to think about savings and depending on family and stuff if your hitting bad luck in Denmark we think about savings but we think about them for when we are getting old not out of a job.

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JayJayMcKlay wrote:

In Denmark we have a huge department in the state to make sure you will never end up in that situation.
You will end up on reeducation or something but never on the street unless your kind of just give up on the hole race.


Thanks for explaining that very clear.
It is very close to german laws.

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If I would have the money, I would live in Singapore, international, good climate, good hospitals, good food, beautifull girls.
For young intelligent international people perhaps a good start.

Macau is another story.

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JayJayMcKlay wrote:


Live in Denmark and can't really find a better place.


Austria?

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I'd live the life of ease, in Belize.
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I'd live the life of ease, in Belize.


I was thinking of moving there but they are having very bad crime now.

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For those who are older - chose France, Italy, or Greece, and retire at the age of 55. All payed for by German money...
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Troepfler wrote:

Yes I also think, Toronto is a very good choice, and it is bilingual english french.
And a lot of Europeans are living there.
And it is not a long sail to french or english caribics.
And you are perhaps allowed to work in this commonwealth, means also UK, Australia,...



Ifd this has been posted forgive me. Where did you hear Toronto was bilingual? What 2 languages??

BTW Lunenburg NS is a very nice village


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New2vape wrote:

Troepfler wrote:Yes I also think, Toronto is a very good choice, and it is bilingual english french.And a lot of Europeans are living there.And it is not a long sail to french or english caribics.And you are perhaps allowed to work in this commonwealth, means also UK, Australia,...Ifd this has been posted forgive me. Where did you hear Toronto was bilingual? What 2 languages??BTW Lunenburg NS is a very nice village



Yes you are right, in Toronto only 2.1% speak english and french.
I was thinking about Montreal.
Lunenburg NS (german L√ľneburg) is very beautifull, a good place to live, home of Bluenose II.

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So if your working in Denmark, you pay 42% of your time for healthcare, education, others welfare- that is a massive cut. As long as the rules are fair across the board, and everyone benefits from superior services (roads, hospitals etc) then I can't fault.

Still seems like an extraordinarily high percentage.

I pay around 20-30% of my time to the govt. here in NewZealand.
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Troepfler wrote:

in Toronto only 2.1% speak english and french.




We all study it here but unless you are in a job with the government or a related industry that needs it, most of us never have reason to use it.